Del Mar Plaza launches Sunset Tuesdays

Taking advantage of its prime location in the Village of Del Mar with an unobstructed ocean view, Del Mar Plaza is launching Sunset Tuesdays, a Plaza-wide happy hour every Tuesday.

With more than 30 shops, restaurants and services, Del Mar Plaza offers a distinctive mix of specialty shops and ocean-view restaurants to provide a one-stop destination dining and shopping experience.

“Del Mar Plaza is the ideal location for putting together a group of friends or a date to enjoy a refreshing happy hour with a sunset view,” said Michael Hull, vice president of management services for Madison Marquette, property managers for Del Mar Plaza. “With all of our restaurants offering special Happy Hour discounts on Tuesday evenings, Del Mar Plaza provides a variety of options with one universal gathering spot to savor the sunset.”

“Sunset Tuesdays” began March 6 and will continue through the end of April. Two hours of free parking is available at Del Mar Plaza with a validated parking ticket. The shops at Del Mar Plaza are open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

For more information, visit www.delmarplaza.com.

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